January 15, 2014 RSS feed / Sports

Lady Cavs advance in All ‘A’ Tourney

Above, Mercedes Boggs of Jenkins split a pair of Hazard defenders Tori Wells (22) and Brittany Miller (35) during the Lady Cavaliers’ 81-67 win over the Lady Bulldogs in the opening round of the 14th Region All ‘A’ Tournament. More...

Letcher leads bear kills

Kentucky hunters took 20 bears during the 2013 bear season that concluded this past December. Seven bears were killed in Letcher County, the most of any county in the expanded 16-county bear zone.  More...

Gabby’s fishing fever

Fish deeper and pray for spring

Most of the fishing in our area is slow right now because of the very cold weather we had early last week.  More...

Will recent coaching hires help UK football?

Many longtime UK football followers will tell you the Wildcat football team’s best chance at pulling out a winning record and earning a minor bowl bid comes in those years when UK is able crack the win column via the three Commonwealth Stadium More...

Girls on 5-game winning streak

The 10-5 LCCHS Lady Cougars are working on a five-game winning streak as they prepare for Thursday night’s visit to Pikeville (8-6).  More...

Registration for rec soccer set

Rec soccer registration is open to all Letcher County children ages four (must be four by August 1, 2013) to 19 years. To register, pick up a form at Hillbillies BBQ, Letcher County Sheriff ’s Office or Dr. Roark’s Family Dentistry. More...

Kentucky’s teams still unimpressive in mid-January

Kentucky has 15 games left in regular season, same for Western Kentucky. Louisville has 14. Midschedule impressions from here ...  KENTUCKY. More...

Letarte to leave Hendrick

Dale Earnhardt Jr. will now be looking for a new crew chief for the 2015 season after Steve Letarte recently announced that he would be leaving the sport in his present position at the end of this season. More...

Struttin’ Time:

The thrill of getting the first deer

Moving right along, making stupid mistakes in 2014 (hope I don’t make these stupid mistakes while looking down the barrel at a longbeard).  I said last week, this story would be about Hunter Craft. It is about Matthew Craft instead.  More...

LCC still improving

The 10-6 LCCHS Cougars, who had won six of their last seven games going into last night’s visit to Knott County Central, return home for back-to-back games tomorrow night, Jan. More...